Tiger Woods tears up after ‘unforgettable’ British Open moment

Tiger Woods has boldy declared he is not ready to retire from golf after missing the cut at the British Open.

The three-time champion of the British Open was moved to tears as he was greeted by a stunning round of applause from the crowd, which his playing partner for the day decribed as ‘incredible’.




Woods fought back tears as he recieved as standing ovation from fans, eventually completing a round of 75 which unfortunately saw him drop out of the famous tournament at St Andrews.

Speaking afterwards, Woods dropped a bombshell on the golfing world.

“I had a few tears. I’m not one who gets very teary-eyed very often about anything,” he said.




“To me it felt like this might have been my last British Open here at St Andrews. The fans, the ovation and the warmth, it was an unbelievable feeling.”

Despite saying this would likely be his final appearance at the the famous course, Woods has remained determined to continue playing majors to the extent his body allows it.




Emergency surgery after his horror car accident in 2021 has seriously compromised his ability to walk long distances, with the 46-year-old dealing with a great deal of pain.

Woods memorably made the cut at both the Masters and PGA Championship, but eventually withdrew from the latter after it simply became too arduous to back up on the course over multiple days.


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